In addition to source protection, .NET
Reactor provides thorough class and member obfuscation complemented
by different exclusion schemes, use of non-printable characters in
obfuscated names, and even incremental obfuscation, which always
generates the same obfuscation strings for type and member
The Obfuscation node:
Obfuscation mangles type and member names. The obfuscation process
converts a program into an equivalent one that is much more
difficult to reverse engineer. The advantage of this method is that
it runs on standard hardware and without any changes to virtual
machines or available interpreters.
.NET Reactor fully supports declarative obfuscation. Declarative
obfuscation allows you to directly define which types and members
should be excluded from obfuscation. This can be done by using the
custom attribute System.Reflection.ObfuscationAttribute in your
source code. .NET Reactor automatically detects the attribute and
excludes the corresponding types and members from
- Create Mapping File - Enable Create Mapping File
to create a file which cross reference unobfuscated names with
obfuscated ones, which is used by the Stack Trace
- Enabled - Set to True to obfuscate
all non public class and member names.
- Exclusions - Select the kind of types you want to
prevent from obfuscation.
- Incremental Obfuscation - If you want IntelliLock
always to generate the same obfuscation strings for your type and
member names, you need to enable this option.
- Obfuscate Public Types - Enable it to obfuscate
all type and member namesas well.
- Obfuscate Serializable Types - Disable this
option to prevent serializable types from obfuscation.
- Use Unprintable Characters - Unprintable
characters uses unprintable strings to obfuscate type and member
names, but cannot be used if your assembly must run as safe